More Underground Misery – Collection of ‘best’ jokes according to the Telegraph
It seems the telegraph have provided a round-up of these side-splitting gags to, you know, get the dejected and frustrated commuters around London see the funnier side all this. Ahem.
Why are Chelsea like the RMT? Two strikes have caused absolute misery in the Arsenal area.
Why did the Smarties cross the road? Their tube was on strike.
Oh very droll!
What's the difference between an RMT member and a stopped clock? For two minutes a day, a stopped clock actually works.
Why is an RMT member like an Oyster Card? You can feed them all the money you want but they'll always run out at the most inconvenient moment.
Kind of funny. But not quite. Let’s try again.
What's the difference between the RMT and lightning? Lightning never strikes twice in the same place.
Why do Bob Crow's children walk to school? If he drove them it would constitute unpaid overtime.
hehe – good one! But who’s Bob Crow?
You can't blame London Underground workers for striking – they've been on a go-slow for years but no one noticed.
Do it again.
What does an RMT member do after retiring? About the same as usual ...
aheah… Was it a smirk - it certainly wasn’t a laugh? Perhaps it was that cucumber sandwich repeating?
Why is Bob Crow like The Jam? They both taught us what it's like to be Down in the Tube Station at Midnight.
Why is Steve Hedley like a crooked baseball pitcher? They both throw strikes and end up in jail.
Oh, you certainly didn’t save the best ‘till last! If these are the best gags doing the rounds at the moment. I don’t think Michael Mcintyre will be exactly bricking it.